Stylish apartment in a beautiful historic building, situated on the iconic Birchcliffe hillside. Large open plan living/dining/kitchen with stunning far reaching views over Hebden Bridge. A stones throw from the town centre, full of independent shops and thriving bars and restaurants.
The imposing Zion Baptist Chapel was built in 1881 and holds a prominent position looking over the mill town of Hebden Bridge and the hills beyond. This historic building now houses our spacious modern apartment. The open plan living/dining area has French windows and a juliette balcony making the most of the stunning views over Hebden Bridge.
Sleeping 4, with two bright and airy bedrooms. One double bedroom having an ensuite shower room. The second bedroom has twin beds. There is also a large family bathroom with bath and shower over.
Fully equipped modern kitchen leading into the open plan dining area.
To make your stay as relaxed as possible you will find tea and coffee, and fresh milk in the fridge.
Flat screen TV, WIFI and Bluetooth speaker. As well as lots of books and board games if you fancy a lazy afternoon.
There is permit free on street parking on the street outside the chapel.
I'm happy to discuss dates and prices if you can't find what you need, please feel free to get in touch.
Entirely self contained ground floor apartment.
The apartment is all on one level.
Interaction with guests
The apartment is entirely self contained but I am really happy to answer any questions or deal with any problems that may occur during your stay. The apartment has a host of information about the area and what's on locally.
Other things to note
Minimum stay 2 nights
• Check-in time is 3PM.
No smoking please
No pets allowed
No parties, sorry!
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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Hello from 'Trouser Town'! In it's heyday Hebden Bridge was producing 20,000 pairs every week! The factories are now gone but Hebden Bridge remains a buzzing, lively market town. Packed with independent shops, bars and restaurants.
I live here with my family and we love it! we also love to travel both in the UK and abroad and we are experienced house exchangers.
I also love to run, especially on our beautiful (sometimes bleak!) moors. Food and cooking play a big part in my life and I am a big sewer when I get the chance.